On May 30, 1911, Ray Harroun would be the first ever winner of the Indy 500. Since the inaugural race, the Indianapolis 500 has always had an audience. This year’s pandemic broke that streak. On August 23, 2020 the Indy 500 ran with no audience. However, through a photo mosaic, fans of the Indy 500 were able to attend the race in a new way. Continue reading
In 2009, The Mario Lemieux Foundation contacted us to create a massive 20ft x 8ft photo mosaic mural in the Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints arena along with two interactive kiosk and an interactive online mosaic and kiosk. The Mario Mosaic was a great way to involve the community and help raise funds for cancer and neonatal research; it was a main attraction at the new hockey arena. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Mario Lemieux Foundation. Picture Mosaics has teamed up with the foundation again to completely overhaul the mosaic mural, kiosks, and online mosaic.
For this years Villanova 1842 Day students, faculty, alumni and parents were asked “What does Villanova mean to you?” and their answers were used to create this wordle work of art. Their words were compiled and built into a word mosaic that depicts the Saint Thomas of Villanova Church on campus.
At Villanova University, 1842 Day is an event celebrating their official day of giving. Donations made at this event and throughout the year go toward funding the colleges within the University as well as other organizations, such as Special Olympics, Disaster Relief Fund and various Missions and Ministries. Donations can be made here.
We recently teamed up with easyJet to launch what became quite a monumental photo mosaic campaign. In celebration of their 20th birthday, easyJet contacted us to help create an activation that would bring their fans and customers together in a fun and interesting way. By utilizing the social and interactive aspects of our online mosaic platform, we were able to create the easyJet 20th Birthday Plane Mosaic. Once completed, this massive photo mosaic was printed on an actual easyJet plane!
We’re thrilled to announce that our interactive mosaics have made a transition from Adobe Flash to HTML5. Without digging to deep into it, our interactive mosaics are now being built using html code rather than contained within a Flash player. This give us a great advantage when building online interactive mosaics. You can read more about the differences between Flash and HTML5 here.